I’m using Borland C++ Builder 5 on Windows 2000.
I upgraded to FMOD 3.6, and, since doing so, my project does not link properly. I get “unresolved external” errors. I am including fmodbc.lib. I re-ran “implib” again against the DLL, which produces a .lib file identical to the one packaged with FMOD 3.6 (which still does not work for me).
Fortunately, I’d backed up the FMOD 3.3 and replaced FMOD 3.6 with it – everything works now.
- chdennis asked 15 years ago
Maybe this works (just a suggestion…):
Remove all fmod-related files from your project by using “Remove from project” in the main menu and remove all include statements (#include “Fmod.h” – etc). After that, rebuild your project (it will return a bunch of errors ofcourse). And then copy the new fmod (3.6)-files to your projects directory (or where-ever you put the others), do a “Add To Project” for the new .lib-file and for the new .dll and then rebuild again…
I don’t know if this will solve your problem, but it’s just what I would do…
Could some one tell me how to build a Project File for FMOD in Builder 6 ?
Am new to FMOD and Borland Builder but have written lost of code in C (A million years ago on my DOS system)
Project File contains all the c source in the Samples/FMOD directory…
Error returned = Can’t find prototype for Reverbe_Close + some others..
Would I be better compiling the Linux Source on my linux box?
Which Programming Language should I use. I have GCC, Watcom and even TurboC
I wrote the post above in August… Now it’s December and no reply or was I just asleep for several months!
Am going to try again (after I read all the old posts relating to Borland Builder) perhaps I will have more luck this time.
If anyone reads this, let me know if you were successful in building any programs in Builder (any version).
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